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THE BALTIC SAGA SAPPHIRE CRUISE Sounds of the Baltic Embrace all things Baltic on this classic cruise 15 nights from 2,980 2,730 Including optional travel insurance or a reduction of 66 if not required see page 91 for details. ALL INCLUSIVE We include so much in the price for the full list see pages 8-9 for details. St. Petersburg Kotka Stockholm Visby Kiel Canal Kiel from and to Dover Tallinn Riga nights in port 3,026 nautical miles April 28-May 13, 2019 15 nights aboard Saga Sapphire Apr 28. Dover, England. Embark Saga Sapphire.Depart 1600. April 29. Cruise the Kiel Canal at night. May 1. Visby h, Sweden. Arrive 0900 Depart 1700. May 2. Riga, Latvia. Arrive 0900. Depart 2000. May 4-5. St Petersburg, Russia. Arrive 0800 on May 4. Depart 1800 on May 5. May 6. Kotka, Finland. Arrive 0800. Depart 1700. May 7. Tallinn, Estonia. Arrive 0800. Depart 1600. May 8. Stockholm, Sweden. Arrive 0900. Depart 1800. May 10. Kiel, Germany. Arrive 0800. May 11. Cruise the Kiel Canal, Germany. Depart 0600. May 13. Dover, England. Arrive 0800. Disembark Saga Sapphire after breakfast. Upgrade to an Outside cabin from less than 6 per person, per night Get your ticket for a private concert in the magical Winter Palace a once-in-a-lifetime experience! Explore the shores of the Baltic and their fascinating diversity of architecture, culture and music. Discover Gotland's port of Visby and revel in a concert of the work of Swedish composers. Sail on to the historic Latvian capital, famous for its exquisite collection of art nouveau buildings then head up the Gulf of Finland for an overnight stay in St Petersburg. Here, go backstage at the world-famous Mariinsky Theatre or sample caviar and vodka on board. Stop at the Finnish island city of Kotka, from where the Vikings sallied forth, then celebrate local tradition with a folkloric show in the Estonian capital Tallinn. Finally, cross the Baltic to the beautiful Swedish capital of Stockholm an archipelago begging to be explored on a scenic boat trip before heading for home via Kiel and the 98-kilometre Kiel Canal, the world's third busiest after Panama and Suez. Explore ashore: Enjoy a private visit to the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg and hear a recital by the Hermitage Academy Symphony Orchestra Indulge yourself on a one-off shopping experience among the 3,000 stalls of Riga's Central market Visit Peter the Great's log cabin, the first building of the original St Petersburg. To find out more visit Save up to 900^ DOUBLE/TWIN CABINS Full fare Current fare Inside Outside Superior Suites Inside Outside Superior from from from from from from 6,663 9,294 2,980 2,730 3,419 2,819 4,664 3,864 6,970 6,070 SINGLE CABINS Full fare Current fare Please call for details 8,899 5,247 4,647 8,454 7,654 Cruise code: SA371. Fares are per person for the lowest grade available in the category shown and are subject to availability and change. Based on an Inside/Outside Guarantee cabin see page 91 for details. ^Special Offer: Exact amount depends on your chosen grade of cabin. Fares shown include applicable saving. Savings are per person, off the current fare at time of booking, are applicable to new bookings only, cannot be combined with any other offer and are for a limited time only see page 91 for details. Please note: h Land by launch or tender. All excursions mentioned are optional, at an additional cost, and are subject to availability and change. Some of the highlights detailed may only be seen on optional excursions or by exploring independently. Days not detailed are at sea. Pictured from top: Tallinn's colourful heart; Stockholm's Old Town of Gamla stan To book see page 91 and call FREE on 0800 051 3355 or visit Please quote WVF19 45